Who would have thought that railway station could be a popular attraction. This red-and-white icon station was built in 1926, one of the oldest at its original state in Thailand.
If you are driving through Cha Am on your way to Hua Hin, you will not miss the replica of San Marco’s bell tower. The Venezia is another themed park…
I have always wanted to visit Santorini with hopes that I would travel there one day. Thankfully, Santorini Park at Hua Hin, Thailand is the closest I could go without taking a toll on my wallet. The park looks strikingly similar to Greece and you can get a glimpse of blue and white architecture that is prominent in the Greek islands.
As this is my first time in Phnom Penh, I wanted to stay within the city centre and Cambodia’s first Courtyard by Marriott-branded hotel caught my attention. Courtyard by Marriott Phnom Penh is strategically located in the prime location and near major tourist attractions.
The state of the art digital experience attraction, Changi Experience Studio (CES) is the first of its kind in Singapore. This aviation-themed attraction is located on Level 4 of Jewel Changi Airport. Leveraging on the latest technology, the studio presents a journey of fun and discovery through the exciting virtual world of Changi Airport. There are over 20 different touchpoints across ten zones and you can expect interactive games, projection storytelling, immersive shows and gallery exhibits
Visit to the world-class recreational wonderland for the young and young at heart.
Catch up with the rat in the heavenly race at Gardens by the Bay’s Dahlia Dreams.
The Light to Night Festival returns in January 2020 with two weekends of installations, performances and food. This fourth edition of the Festival is based on the theme Invisible Cities, celebrated across five of the Civic District’s most iconic cultural institutions: National Gallery Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museum, The Arts House, Victoria Theatre & Victoria Concert Hall and Esplanade.